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created more minutes than. many new religions are created, but they don't survive after the death of the charismatic leader because there's no person to follow a period david miscarriage save scientology. they saved it from the mistakes hubbard made. 1993 -day-old billion dollars for at the time. at the time, we at $129 million. they've decided we have to get our tax exemption. saturday go about it? been launched 2400 lawsuit against the irs and individual agents. they hired private detectives to go around to conferences where they trail people and find out who's drinking too much, who was sleeping around to publish articles in the magazines about this and pass them the steps of 1111 constitution avenue, which is headquarters of the irs. they intimidated the irs. now whatever the merits of their case, those were the facts that surrounded their getting a tax exemption. it was -- you know, i just said they owed a billion dollars. the irs prime and $12 million did they forget the billion dollars. they gave them the authority to decide on their own which parts of the church are actual
by theologians and philosophers of religion. insofar as the present is the product of the past, any adequate historical accounts must be able to pay attention to antics lang all of these claims. the modern liberal institutions variously characteristic of all contemporary western states permit this ideological heterogeneity through the legal and political protection of individual citizens to believe and live as they please so long as they obey the established laws. so that is what needs to be accounted for. these institutions in the ideologicideologic al heterogeneity that they bring. the book's explanation of how the past became the present question says mark mentions many widely held assumptions. the reason is simple. typical narratives, common conceptions of change over time and ordinary historical methodologies cannot answer the book central question. they fail to do justice to the full range of moral and metaphysical commitment encompassed under the first-person plural, we. when it is used inclusively have all present-day europeans and the americans. who are we? we should not underestima
religion across the board has suffered in recent decades. but i think what's amazing and inspiring about this new pope is, you know, he's really breathing new life into the catholic conversation in a way we haven't seen in quite some time. i think his emphasis on personal humility, is connecting with people in their hearts in a way we haven't seen in quite some time. >> father john what is this pope francis effect? how would you explain it? >> i think at the time he was elected and announced at the loggia at st. peter's he seemed very shy and he is truly a charismatic figure. somebody in francis he doesn't just talk about the faith, he truly lives it. you see the things that have gone viral, when he goes and he embraces a man who is disfigured from an illness that causes boils, when he stands with a young boy, it's almost like jesus would let the children come to me. those things go viral and i think it sends a message that this pope is really someone who talks about jesus christ and acts like jesus christ. and there's an attraction and power to that. and i think people are very hungry f
of religion which is something we support. i think the more information you get the more you find out there are -- [inaudible] myths out there about the aclu -- my book is about people not only terrorists not only about them but us. now peter was asking before about the impact of some of these surveillance provisions and so forth. i was talking about how it gives us less privacy under the fourth amendment. it's not just the fourth amendment. it's also, you know, you talk about freedom of religion. that's about the first amendment. and my concern is that we're losing a lot of first amendment rights in term of freedom of speech, association, and of religion. so the freedom of religion if the government went after muslim charities right after 9/11. there were a lot of charities shut don -- down or doing badly. even though there was no evidence doing anything wrong. this that harms the first amendment. a study publish a week ago -- they did a survey of their members, the journalists and writers members of it. and what they found was that one in six of the people they surveyed said they ce
, when politics and religion collide. >> i'm not ashamed to say that i believe in god and i believe until his word. this is my compass, my north star. >> the national republican senate committee criticizing arkansas's senator, democrat mark pryor, for that new ad campaign, but it's pryor's republican opponent who's coming to his defense. we'll talk about this ad with first read. vo: it's that time of year again. medicare open enrollment. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. but it never hurts to see if you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare since i've been using crest pro-health, i've noticed a huge improvement. [ male announcer ] go pro. for a clean that's up to four times better, try these crest pro-health products together. the toothpaste is really awesome. it cleans a lot. [ male announcer ] crest pro-health protects not just some, but all these areas dentists check most. this is
a christmas carol. i mean, someone. why? are they that bitter against religion? is that what it is? did they have a bad experience with organized religion? is it bitterness? >> well, i don't want to psycho analyze atheist activists who do prioritize that, but what i will say is that i think that the separation of church and state is in place to insure that the government does not privilege one religion over any other. it does not endorse any one religion over any other. so, my feeling on christmas displays in public spaces, in public schools is that if those are there, there should be displays for many different religions and many nonreligious -- >> i don't think many people have a beef with that. i don't think -- not in my crew. >> no -- >> nobody has a beef with that. >> i would hope not, yeah. yeah, exactly. >> i mean, we don't like, we don't like -- >> i mean, look -- >> i have to amend this. there are two things that have come up, one in the capital of washington state, in olympia. there were some atheist groups who said if you have a christmas tree, i'm going to put up an obnoxiou
to tijuana and released. no lawyer in that process. every religion that i'm familiar with teaches that things like that are not the right way to go and we do have public officials who are happy to mention their own religion and i get a kick out of it and check their voting record because on this issue and on your issue, they are part of the problem. who are they? they are your friends. they are the people you like. they like environmental things, other things. these things i tried to talk to them and so have others much more powerful than i am. he was in mexico for 3 months. he had a mental breakdown. he thought he was dead. to check if he was dead he stepped out in front of a trick and the truck missed him. and his mother went day in and day out to check the bodies in tijuana and finally he wondered back and finally the lawyers at a c l u, made a case t . the government was unrepent ant. the best way to do is go to the place and look at the people and be a voice coming out as best you can and say this is what i saw and on the 5th floor, some of them well-dressed people i mentioned in my sta
over the world because it did remind us that freedom of religion is something capital the life of every single person. jewish people we suffered so much within a half thousand years or so and we know what it means to be able to meet routes and to the region. so the seas bees to honey is the message of freedom of religion of respect of peace. and this is not less is this the message of the jewish people and for us it's important. in belgium and over the world to celebrate and to shuttle the olympic all around us we don't celebrate the military victory recently delights. if i'd like to cast the darkness is the message. and i could use monica to connect with the non jewish community as well. as i mentioned before the message all of respect an idea underlying speech before when on to become a kimono but i don't want tolerance and respect and this message of respect to something. the most important thing in life. and this is the message that i would have to teach our children the children in the schools. universal message everybody has to make sure that someone has to respect the other one s
religions care about. it's not about christians or non-christians or democrats or republicans. it's about doing the right thing for those who need help the most. joining me now are joe madison and bill press. thank you both for being here. so joe, now instead of asking what would jesus do, they're asking what would jesus cut when it comes to the safety net. >> i don't know how to begin except to tell you it's not only in reference to christianity, but i don't think there's a religion on the planet that would do what would be considered the gospel according to what, bill o'reilly? the dwos pell means good news. good news for the rich, bad news for the poor. >> one of the things that kind of got me is he went way out there last night. he repeated another right wing smear against the poor. listen to this. >> some of the people who don't have enough to eat, it's their fault they don't have enough to eat. you're asking people who may be struggling themselves to put food on the table to give their tax money to you, and then you're not even going to buy food with it. you're going to buy booze an
thing than the religion of islam which is practiced by so many people in some way different ways more than a billion people in the world. but i think this misunderstanding of the nature of the threat of the ideology of islamism the human rights of muslim heritage themselves persist today. i would argue and see this at the moment in the press coverage of what is happening in countries like egypt. doing this kind of work on the front lines without international support, without international comprehension of the challenge that you face is an incredibly lon lonely endeav. i have seen this firsthand. as a lawyer told me back in december 2012, at a time when entire northern half of her country was under jihadists occupation, she said international solidarity is very helpful. when you live such a crisis alone, it is much more difficult to bear. what my book is really about is trying to break this wall of loneliness and silenced by connecting the people who are doing these struggles on the ground, the people around the world who stand for similar values of tolerance and equality and against
didn't say nothing about religion. there's a woman in there. he beat those ministers. it's chilling how good he is. can he bring it back? can he bring back the love? >> well, you know -- >> i think it's there, myself. >> if obama had lost and if that could in some way have been blamed on the clintons even if he got the nomination and lost because they were insufficiently supported or something like that, i think there would be some lingering feelings. but he won. and he won again. and there's no reason to hold a grudge, i think. >> i like to be the sunshine guy around here, joy as you know. not going to be debbie downer in this world. i think one good thing is going to come out of this administration. it's going to be a mixed bag so far. it's been tough and he's done some great things. like health care. and i think the thing with encouraging equality of people with different orientation. women, a third of the supreme court are now women. stock market, if you're rich through the roof, you have a 401(k) through the roof. a lot of these are good. but i noticed this administration, the way
was a little boy but changed his life in terms of faith and religion. deeply religious. and yet, he was completely devastated by this event. he felt like nothing. he felt like if he could be hunted down like an animal, if he could see his friend getting killed, it's like he couldn't understand it, he couldn't compute. but the last time i saw him, he was in a relationship. he had a child, the person he was with had several children, say he was a stepdad, and he seemed if not happy but in a better place than when i met him. so you know, time heals sometimes and people move on. >> if one could assume that if thithishappens in other places,- speeto. >> one thing i found while reporting this book -- there was so much i didn't know. writing a book is like getting a phd. one thing i found out is [inaudible] a hate crime against latinos lately historically. we have a pretty -- it's in the book. there is a chapter on that. we have a history in terms of hate crimes and we just don't know about it. there's some pretty horrific hate crimes that have taken place in other cities and states. not n
, and bans political parties based on religi religion. the draft will go to a referendum. if ratified, elections will take place. tell us more about the controversial constitution. >> what's new this morning to many egyptians is the fact this it seems there'll be a change to the roadmap that the military government put forward. earlier we have been hearing that first the constitution will be drafted and it will be put to a referendum. if approved there'll be parliamenty elections and presidential elections. in the draft resolution, it seems it's not clear. it's left to the president to decide if presidential elections will be held before parliamentary elections or at the same time. many see there's some room left for general abdul fatah al-sisi to run for the presidency and win it before the parliamentary elections to strengthen his hold on power. he is the person running the country, and they oppose that. >> any idea how this is likely to play out on the streets. on sunday there was more access in tahir square. >> well, the government and the military are trying very hard to rally ma
. >> it's a religion? >> no. it's false. >> true or false, masons were behind the american revolution? >> false. false. >> what about on the dollar bill the pyramid, that's masonic, right? >> everybody says -- in fact it's a common place in the ancient century. >> true, free mase sons laid the cornerstone of america well at least some of it's most iconic structures. what is freemasonry? >> simply put the oldest and largest fraternity. it's membership of who's who of world history. george washington, benjamin franklin, winston churchill, mozart, franklin radios vealed. henry ford, john wayne, even colonel sanders. if you want to be a mason you can petition a local lodge for membership. you'll need to demonstrate good characters and belief in some sort of supreme being. oh, in almost all lodges, it's men only. next you're up for a vote from grand master james sullivan. >> the lodge votes to accept you then you have the three degree, is that you go through. >> once you earn the third degree, yes, that's where the phrase comes from, you can join any number of masonic off shoot. he's a deg
. >> please respect our way of life, respect our religion. it makes no sense to put a monetary value on something that is so religious to a people. >> the ngo representing tribal rights, survival international, is defending the hope because -- hopi cause in france. it says such sales are shameful. >> we propose a very narrow definition of what should not be sold. not every art object belonging to primitive tribes, not all religious objects. here, the tribe sees the masks as almost alive. they use them. they belong to the tribe collectively. >> among activists supporting the hopi cause is robert redford , who says any auction of the masks is a criminal gesture. >> rio de janeiro has held its first mass gay wedding. 100 couples said i do on sunday. some couples wore traditional attire, others jeans. they were all united in their cheer that erupted when the judge announced them married. us in the from newsroom. we will have more headlines coming up in just over 15 minutes. >> in football, monaco have moved into second in the french league after a narrow win. monaco stays 2 points in tim
that is already being forced into more extremist views. a new religion again goes to latch on to the news that religion is an excuse for extremists in congo where to put this in part that was clear evidence that there are bargains to be radicalized i'm forced to join direct causation all yum with a wonderful christmas who then can become extremists as well. aids treatments was ultimately released from behind these moles back into society. some will load pc and brave man pink plastic erupted between police and students who are marking the fifth round of the three of the clay completion to the teenager also says he stayed and had this bright and stronger nice to quell the price of youngsters who don't have coupons and said it was the lines at least ten people were arrested and dozens more to hang. the poses and applying ice to present my hammock dorsey have clashed in several cities across the tip of the cd to use the gas to disperse demonstrations. dozens of the rest of the night the unrest comes despite the government costume you'll find groups of more than ten people gathering on the str
. a new religion you get those who've left home to use that religion is an excuse for extremists. that would be a concern but that was clear evidence that there are bargains to be radicalized i'm forced to join direct causation will be on a full report christmas who then can become extremists as well evidence for the prison open sissy name stays put the as are necessary he said not finding pellets as having shelved and then they say its length and gangs have grey and in how and influence in jail to leave the country and the prison open to safety a sniff confronts that they target vulnerable new arrivals that can touch it and that the islamists that already being forced into more extremist views. he speaks some christmas in the italian law enjoyed the benefits. all done it again if i'm a self all heart on that had just the same as the pa for a kind of trip atonement for protection how dumb it because i'm cool with extremists who was ultimately released from behind these moles back into society. it's been three weeks now since the air crash in the russian city of cuz on that killed
. maybe red. nothing about christmas these days is such a secular religion to people. it's not. there's nothing about the birth of jesus at this holiday party and any kid that's telling his friend about the three wise men, has no friends. it's not his friends it's himself. >> i got nothing to say about this. this is racial. >> i was going to ask you if this is political correctness gone amuck. i was thinking should it be run amuck, so i decided not to ask it. >> we live in a country where the christmas colors are as dan dangerous as the ones gang bangers use. what's my point? >> the font is too small. >> i blame the teachers that go along with this. they don't want to hurt anybody's feelings. >> they whisper it on national tv. nobody is going to see this. >> you know what i ean? they're afraid of being sued by the aclu. call their bluff. i got on plane. he's reading out of book. ban his hat. >> why does that make you uncomfortable? >> because, i don't know. did they hurt you? he's praying away meaning he knows something about the plane that i don't. >> where did we end up with jews in
. >> sarah, our resident religion expert at the table, you have a religious unpopular -- >> i have a related unpopular opinion to sahil's, which is that politicians should stop talking about religion, god and the bible. >> so -- >> people would be less -- public polly would icy would be less on -- >> why is in no safe zone in politics? >> 20% of the american public is not affiliated with a particular religion. there is a smaller segment of those who are atheist than agnostic. still, as he points out, it is kind of amazing that given the rise in the number of american atheists and nonbelievers there is not a single one in the u.s. congress and that it would be poison to run and openly declare you're an atheist. look at mark pryor's ad where he talked about the bible and he doesn't have all the answers, only god has all the answers. it is, like, well, if you don't have answers, why are you running for office? >> but flip it around, though. there has to be some -- to an elected official who sincerely believes in higher power, practices their faith, there has to be some civic value in that too,
culprits seeking to diminish christmas, the american civil liberties union, the freedom from religion foundation, and the american humanist association. the most aggressive is the freedom from religion foundation, which routinely threatens to sue small towns and school districts if they dare utter the word christmas or allow choirs to sing carols in public schools. the irony is that nobody's bothering the atheists. they are free to celebrate whatever they want to celebrate. they're free not to believe, and they are free to snicker at anybody who does believe. that's not good enough for these people. they want to banish any mention of jesus in the public square. they are the oppressors. the christmas spirit people are just upholding a nice tradition. so why are we allowing anti-christmas madness? polls showed 47% of americans show there is a war on christmas. 40% do not. 13% are confused. so once again this year, i will keep an eye on the situation. helping me is the alliance defending freedom organization based in scottsdale, arizona. they have been very successful in defending tradit
it's a question of whether a personal interpretation of your religion would be the grounds for giving you asylum on the grounds of persecution. or whether it has to be a widespread one. for example, if germany had denied the family the ability to declare the godhood of christ, it would be no question that would be persecution of a christian on the grounds of his religion. the question of whether or not the belief that the family has, that to allow a child to go to public school is against the religion, because of the corrupt way or any religious way that that children are taught, is clearly a minority view, a personal view. and i'm extremely sympathetic with that family. and i wish it weren't being, you know, persecuted, having the threat of their children removed. but as a question of our principle of granting asylum, if the court takes it up, it's going to have to decide how widespread a belief has to be to actually be one that the united states would recognize persecution. otherwise there is a danger of a lot of personal interpretations, which it would have to defend and become a h
larger than self so you can lose yourself. lose yourself in religion, lose yourself in the pursuit of an obsession. to pursue to do something do something that's not about who i am. >> yes, i think the rescue what's that thing you throw out on a boat that's sir you can lar that says, the lifesaving, the when you throw that out, that rescues you. when it's not but. get your face and your head and your mind out of your own navel and pay attention to someone else. pay attention to your wife to your children to your coworker. when i'm working i work so hard to prepare for one reason, so that when i'm out there in front of the audience or in front of the camera with the other actor, that i can forget befering. milos foreman said to me one day when we were doing rag times years ago, he said mandy could coors, he said told me to hold the hat this way and i didn't and the tape was rolling and i stopped. he said what is the problem, what is the problem? i said well, you told me to do this and he told me to do this, he said mandy, everybody is going to tell you everything. listen them and th
a conversation about religion and sex. >> and our "covered california" volunteers are hard at work answering your healthcare questions. call them now at 888-5-helps-u. they're "pitched" as a healr alternative to cigarettes... but some bay area cities a't claims of e-cigar >>> the bay area city leading the charge on the crackdown on ecigarettes. they are pitched as a healthier alternative to regular cigarettes but some bay area cities are not buying the claims of ecigarette companies. our john ramos on a crackdown in the east bay. >> reporter: in the city of richmond, it's illegal to smoke cigarettes in any public place indoors or out or nearly anywhere elsewhere anyone else may take in the secondhand smoke but that didn't include the so-called new ecigarettes that deliver nicotine in a heated vapor form. >> the city every richmond has been a leader in trying to protect people in secondhand smoke and ecigarette smoke is still dangerous. not as bad as secondhand smoke but still bad. >> reporter: so at tuesday night's meeting they voted unanimously to add ecigarettes to the smoking restrictions but
africa. with in the religion of south africa, there has been so much to mull. -- tumult. catholic, what do you see for south africa as they try to move forward? this is a huge issue. >> nelson mandela was a huge, unifying figure. even in the last years of his life, he still helped people together. what will happen among these groups in the coming days and years will be critical. >> when you see south africa, do you perceive that religion still is front and center? i believe that he was in a methodist school coming out of the tribes way back. his religion still important there? >> i think that the anglican church still has a presence there. it can definitely play a role. >> part of the problem that they with his is within -- retreat from public life. politics has become much more better. much like america. much more tension and conflict. >> matt dowd is with us. michelle meyer, thank you for being with us. thank u so much for coming by on this historic day. let's do a forex report. we went conventional. markets are really moving. the euro is up. much more on "bloomberg surveillance." ♪
parents like that. very modern. very open-minded. unlike for some, there's no question of religion, of color of skin, or anything like that. people can be all beautiful. it depends on who they are, but it is not a question of color. for me, both of us were beautiful. and i loved color. color of the skin. tattoo on the skin, which is a kind of color. some blue colors that you add. and i wanted to show that. when i started, i remember that there were some beautiful girls. they're beautiful. but i felt like, ok, but there is also beauty. i have a girlfriend which was modeling for me that i met very early when i started that was from a french colony. she was beautiful and black and very inspiring, very nice. i say, yes, why not. for me, a difference was beautiful. they looked to me, and i wanted to show it. another kind of different was the fact that when i saw farida, i said, my god, she is incredible. i was very impressed by her beauty. very frightened even by her beauty. she was kind of a very arrogant imperial. and african and beauty with a special expression. not arrogant. but bea
taboo like religion. it is like, if you are all together on showing who you are, you will be accepted, and people will refine everything normal. i remember one movie which was very beautiful, "chocolat," which shows one guy which is italian, and he goes to work in switzerland. he is not integrated at all. what does he do? he preaches his hair blond to be integrated, to look as if he was from switzerland. at a football game, he is looking with all the other men, and it is italy against switzerland. at one time, the italians win. i find it beautiful and emotional at the same time. he betrayed himself through that reaction, and at the same time, it was beautiful, but at the same time, it is sad that you have to change your color or to hide it. that you have to do something like that to deny even your origin. you have to be proud of your urgent and to show it. >> you are giving me a challenge and a challenge -- giving me a challenge and yourself a challenge. what about cult? that is not something to hide behind. it is so out there, and yet, it can be quite important part of your collectio
is one such outfit. muhammad died john and me when she will be dumped in different religions dollars unit in nineteen ninety two. to date his demise as a buffet example of a new comedy and travel. its success can be added to pitch in harmony among what cuts for middle and if it fits the good that is the fact of the nine be considered to have is that. the tool they need to calm down. with the behemoth get compliments of you who has been going off on them. my body didn't. so needy that they would beat the autumnal mood or not. is it that you are going to sit there and then come watch yemen is the updated in awhile which is a new da hui it was he. just books like was done by the kremlin tebow and his usage and magazines of printing up some different states not relieve us together but also can each other in times of needs do you go. my tendency to not let your mind and a man with the billabong on the problematic of them on the web. they did. i've been doing them again. he argued that when god. what you want the law to stop the beat of the audience these were christian center posted examples o
interviewers -- interferes with freedom upper arroyo -- of religion. >> congressman joe kennedy iii is joining a group demanding immigration reform through fasting. kennedy is one of six activists who will replace the current members of fast for families. the group has spent the last 22 days on them all consuming nothing but water and fruit juice. toy said they are too weak continue. >> concerns over voting equipment used in last month election in virginia. at a meeting in richmond, the state board of elections said equipment was outdated. said it charles judd more uniform process would make counting ballots more efficient. less than 24 hours after announcing his reelection campaign, d.c. mayor vincent gray's lashing out. this comes as the investigation into his 2010 campaign remains under federal investigation. sam ford is at the wilson building with more. is so upset. >> when the mayor announced yesterday he said it took him so long because he was waiting to see what the u.s. attorney was going to do. with that investigation going on and no end in sight, gray jumped into the race but today,
of culture, religion, and gender. investors from overseas see opportunities among the growing middle class, but millions live in poverty. many wonder what's next for india. find out this week here on "newsline." >>> japan doesn't think the world trade talks are over. in fact, it thinks it needs a different way to approach the obstacles. ron madison has been following the story, ron? >> that's right. there are several areas where compromise has been pretty elusive, gene, so at the world trade talks under way in indonesia, japan is asking developing and emerging economies to take a flexible approach to save the deadlocked doha round of free trade negotiations. a four-day ministerial session of the world trade organization is taking place in bali. delegates are now focusing on three issues, including the simplification of customs procedures over which industrialized and developing countries are less divided. japanese representative said negotiators have come very close to success. that appeared to be almost unattainable three months ago. >> translator: the key members could make critical deci
prefer it to stay as a museum. and that is better. >> debate about the role of religion in a run-up of a test to a highly charged election. kicking off next march with local polls. the controversial plans to be a way for the turkish government to gain more support from ultraconservative muslim voters. >> one of the reasons why they want the sofia to become a mosque is it would be another blow to turkish secularism. two churches and other parts of turke
their dead. he fighters attacked a few christian a young farmer, one of five here, religion fuelling the violence. the international community, the says. must protect us, he the muslims are terrorizing us. and now the christians are hitting back. nearby we meet members of a self defense militia. weapons are homemade. vengeance for growing. carried brutalve reprisals against muslims. n the middle of the mayhem street smart person found a church compounds. for his village when the selecta came last month and left as an orphan. joined him e have here. he fights back the tears. they killed my father, he says, took his body. happen toow what will me now. >> it is fear that is trapping tens of thousands of people in that won't t and change until people are sure it's safe to go home. african forces are poised to arrive here in the so.t week or things could change, could improve quite quickly. protect n they everyone? and for how long? unstable chronically nation. all trust absent, the only that counts is fear and things have never been this bad. bbc news in the central african republic. a c
disrespectful. >> i don't want my religion to be represented in this way. >> the ad has supporters who appreciate gap showing a sikh man as a model. >>> oracle and google are back in court in a battle over copy wrights around the android operating system. oracle claims google copied programming language into android but google said java is available for free use. last year agog agreed with google -- a judge agreed with google. oracle supealing -- is appealing. >>> these are the highs from today. 48 in antioch. you know what, tomorrow, upper 40s. few low 50s. lot of upper 40s 40s for day time highs. cool air is settling in and chilling off. as you look at the numbers. fairfield 35 degrees. right? 35 degrees. amazing. considering the sun is setting. cold tonight. temperatures in the teens in the valleys. freeze warning till tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. for the entire bay area except san francisco because it is surrounded by the water. the water insulates the peninsula. that is the story there. a freeze warning tonight. lows tomorrow morning for a lot of bay area cities. these are the nu
walks of life, all religion i don't knows, all colors and ages gather here. this is the south africa that nelson mandela dreamed of. >> talk a little bit about -- south afterdan people were so protective of nelson mandela, especially in his final days and now that his death is finally come there's so much planned after his death. what is is expecting in the coming days. >> . >> the military possibles are not saying exactly which one. notified by now of a need to make their plans in order to get here, in time for the funeral. they will be lying in state, which at the moment is supposed to only be one day, and that will be before opportunities to see him, to pay their respects in person after which his body is supposed to be transferred to the union in victoria, where there will be a state funeral that will televised by the board pass tor, so that everyone can be involved and hear the words. not only family members but all of the dig nit tears would be here, after which his body would be transferred to his home village. which is in the eastern cape. quite a rural area, and it would be
religion. people must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite." the washington post, a nation's healer is dead. the prisoner who became president. south african leader was symbol of moral force. in "time magazine" protester, peace maker, nelson mandela 1918 to 2013. >>> south africa's former president was a man of powerful actions and words. here is he in his own words before the u.s. congress in 1990. >> let us keep our arms linked together so that we form a solid against racism. >>> this morning, u.s. and world leaders are reacting to the news of his death. >> he was a moral force the likes of which have not been seen. >> nobody has ever matched the incredible inspiration and humanity of melson mandela. >>> former president bill clinton released a statement, in part, saying, "mandela proved that there is freedom in forgiving and a big heart is better than a closed mind, and that life's real victories must be shared." former secretary of state hillary clinton tweeted this, saying, "nelso
because of the color his skin and done said or they will record his background or his religion blind dates and if they can learn to hate they can be taught to love for love comes more naturally to human heart than its opposite. now i add be careful because there are also sad to say to me as a catch quotes are going round at slate of this about saturn at first i cannot seem to scroll down and tell you what it is at it this fake tree in this fake wood if you see it now that it's not for mandela he did not say i didn't see this fear is not that we are inadequate our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. stunning. a man on a sunday morning cheney know you know that seven films have been made about nelson mandela about his life serving in the nineteen eighties with the discount mandela where danny glover played the hand but he also became part of the national popular culture through this song which was that called free nelson mandela and it came out in ninety four it was a song by the specials and a really long it's the popular movements around the world and educate people about
of god" in the catholic religion. it was a means of going inside of yourself to find the strength within to deal with the outside world. one of my mentors was bill kunseler. there was one scene he told me about when he was in birmingham where he was representing dr. martin luther king. and they had come from a demonstration or rally, and king had been told that there were men looking to kill him that night. and they drove up to a house, and bill and king were staying in the house together with a group of other people. bill told the story that people were petrified that night. i mean, they thought that the house was going to be bombed, and they darkened the house so there were no lights at all. and he was afraid for his life. and king must have sensed this fear in the room. and he walked over to a piano and started to play "this little light of mine," and the whole group just started to sing this song, and they sang songs all through the night. and bill said at the end of this time, it was like there was nothing to be afraid of. i mean, he himself, a non-religious person, was moved by thi
koreans consider that a bigger threat. he spread the word of christianity where the political religion is jujay. the question is when or if kenneth bay will ever be released. >> joe biden welcomed the decision and called for the release of kenneth bay. >> now to the passing of nelson mandela. you are seeing live pictures where people from all over the world are gathering in johannesburg celebrating his life with dance, prayer and a photograph. it was a unique gift to bring people together even in death. >> nelson mandela dreamt of a rainbow nation. south africa is not present. this couple remembered the man called tata. >> to see this many people across - across borders and across races singing together and honouring an amazing man. >> we are here because of nelson mandela. we live the same life as other people. he was the greatest father in the world. >> during apartheid black south africans couldn't even walk the streets. now they come here to sing. old protest songs. [ singing ] >> they danced to songs about nelson mandela's life. he empowered them and the country to emerge from the
, jackets, beanies, and clothing was handed out to those in need. >> our religion is taught to share with the less fortunate. >> families say this is their first give a way. >>> bikers are helping children in the hospital. what they dropped off today at san francisco general hospital. >> reporter: dozens of harleys roared in the parking lot. every rider had a special delivery. they came bearing gifts. toys for the hospital's smallest patients. they dropped their donations under the tree. steve knows how much these toys mean. his son was hospitalized years back. >> he had a toy and i said where did you get that? he said the harley guys gave it to me. it touched my heart ♪. >> reporter: after 30 years it has become a tradition. the driving force is tom perkins who owns a dealership. the doctors here saved his life after a motorcycle crash. >> for a lot of them it may be the only one they get, and a hospital from experience is the worst place to be on christmas. >> reporter: these toys will do a lot of good. they will go to 500 children this holiday season. . >> a nice thing to see. >
have a great deal. we share the same religion, the same history. more importantly, we share the same geography. we are -- our neighbors, we have very similar interests. our interests cannot be divided. our security is i have did i have vise i believe. we have security for all of us or none of us will have security. these are firm commitments that iran will build its foreign policy upon and i believe we want to promote that type of thinking and mentality, not the remnants of cold war mentality of zero sum games. >> you know, sir, reality on the ground is different. when you talk to officials in this part of the world, particularly this part of the world, they will tell you, you know what? we have seen the iranians undermining sunnis in iraq. we have seen them promoting hezbollah in lebanon. they are totally -- we were totally proposed of this motion of maintaining a stable region. how do you respond to those accusations? >> have they told you we have also supported a very sunni ma' hammas moment? we have stood for unity with iraq, our relations with every group in iraq, including kurd
. citizens young and old, of all races and religions, say he created that union. at an interfaith service south africans celebrated opportunities and respect. >> we need to tolerate diversities. it's an important model. >> this allows us to be united and proud of our differences. >> down the road at an indian rally this woman thank nelson mandela on behalf of her children. >> madeba made the change. >> she used to be a second-class citizen. >> we were part of the deprived lot. we had to use the back for indian people. >> her husband suffered the same. he remembers being humiliated for eating dinner. >> we used to buy something to eat, and we had to say, "sorry, do you serve nonwhites." he would say, "no, we don't serve nonwhites, but you can buy take aways." >> this woman shows achievements she was not allowed to dream. her kids graduated from intergrative colleges. >> one is a doctor. >> it's an awesome feel to bring up children in a multiracial society. >> did you have that opportunity. >> new the family is raising a black child and the community is at least a little more diverse. today
and religion. and what the u.s. wanted for a long time was not a devaluation of the dollar, but a revaluation of other currencies. well, this was politically and economically difficult, and unacceptable for other countries, so we were in a logjam. we were really in a block that we didn't know how to get out of. schoumacher: the united states pressured foreign central banks to retain their dollars. the government also tried to restrict the amount of money invested or spent overseas, but to little avail. none of these acts could halt the growing dollar glut, nor convince currency speculators that the dollar would not be devalued. speculators dumped billions worth of dollars on the foreign exchange markets. by the time richard nixon assumed the presidency, the system so carefully crafted at brettonoods was on the verge of collapse. dr. marina von neuman whitman, former economic advisor to president nixon. the overall system needed to be reformed and overhauled, and that in order to set the stage for that -- in order almost to get other countries' attention and force them to focus on the need to
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